Azerbaijan, Turkey and Iran to sign customs cooperation memorandum
Azerbaijan, Baku, April 15 / Trend /
The Azerbaijani, Turkish and Iranian foreign ministers will sign a memorandum on customs cooperation at a trilateral meeting in Urmia.
The agreement will provide an impetus to expanding trade relations between the three countries, the Iranian IRNA state news agency quoted Iranian West Azerbaijan Province Trading House head Jafar Sadig as saying.
Sadig said the purpose of the trilateral meeting is to eliminate obstacles at customs points and facilitate trade and customs procedures among the three countries.
The three countries' foreign ministers Elmar Mammadyarov, Ali Akbar Salehi and Ahmet Davutoglu will meet in the Iranian city of Urmia on Saturday. The ministers will discuss expanding economic and trade relations among the three countries.
Azerbaijani diplomatic sources confirmed this information.
The next trilateral meeting will be held in Iran.